Three Promoted At J.J. Henry Moorestown Office
A.C. Brown, senior vice president of J.J. Henry Co., Inc., naval architects and marine engineers, recently announced the following p r o m o t i o n s in the J.J. Henry Company's Moorestown, N.J., office. Robert B. McFadden has been appointed chief engineer and director of the Mechanical Design Division, reporting directly to Mr. Brown. Mr. McFadden graduated f r om Penn State University with a BS degree in chemical engineering. He also pursued additional college studies at Bucknell University and Drexel University.
Prior to his new appointment, Mr. McFadden served as project manager for design of the U.S. Navy Landing Ship Dock, LSD- 36, in 1965, and then became chief of the Machinery Engineering/ Design Department in 1967 to the present.
Peter Karanzalis has been appointed chief of Production Engineering in the Mechanical Design Division, reporting to Mr. McFad- Henry C. Emmerling Jr.
den. Mr. Karanzalis graduated "cum laude" from Temple University with an AS degree in mechanical engineering, majoring in HVAC. Mr. Karanzalis also pursued additional college studies at North Carolina State College and Drexel University. Prior to this new appointment, he served as chief of the HVAC & Hull Piping Engineering/Design Department f r om 1964 to the present.
Henry C. Emmerling Jr. has been appointed to chief of the M a c h i n e r y Engineering/Design Department, r e p o r t i n g to Mr. McFadden. Mr. Emmerling graduated f r om the United States Naval Academy with a BS degree in engineering. He also completed additional courses at the following U.S. Navy Technical Schools: USN Metalsmith School, USN CIC School, Damage and ABC Warfare School. Prior to his new a p p o i n t m e n t , Mr. Emmerling served as assistant chief of the M a c h i n e r y Engineering/Design Department from 1968 to the present.